Defense targets mom’s disclosure
SYCAMORE – The man accused of kidnapping and killing a Sycamore girl more than 50 years ago did not take the stand in his defense Thursday.
When Kane County Associate Judge James Hallock asked Jack D. McCullough whether he understood his rights regarding testifying, McCullough said, “Yes, your honor,” and said he was “absolutely” making the decision of his own accord.
Hallock adjourned court just before 2 p.m. Thursday to give himself time to review the large amount of evidence presented in the case. The trial, which began Monday, resumes at 9 a.m. today for closing arguments.
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